It can be a little confusing to have to adapt to all of the different holidays and events after your relocation. If you haven’t quite got the hang of what you’re supposed to be doing on the 5th of November and don’t really feel like making a “Guy” to burn in your garden tonight, there are loads of other exciting events happening in the city this weekend.
The Regent Street Motor Show
This is a fun event in the heart of London; especially if you like vintage motor cars or a taste of what motoring and motor vehicles may look like in the future. Regent Street will be closed to traffic today from 09:00 to 17:30 in between Piccadilly Circus and Conduit Street. There are cars and vehicles of all types from the 19th century through to the concept cars of the 21st century, right now and into the future. With over 300 motor cars as well as presentations and shows, the Regent Street Motor Show is the prelude to the world famous London to Brighton Car Run which is being held on 5 November.
The London to Brighton Car Run
If you don’t make it to the motor show you can get out tomorrow and see the vintage cars and the future concept cars take to the streets at the start of this historic motor race. Both the Regent Street Motor Show and the start of the London to Brighton Run are free for all to visit and enjoy. The website link will take you directly to the map which shows the best vantage points in London if you’re keen to get out and enjoy the crisp winter air and the chance to see some of the world’s most interesting and treasured cars head off to Brighton for the day.
You’ll have to get up quite early to catch the start of London to Brighton Veteran Car Run. They will be heading off from 07:00, staggered until about 08:30, which is perfect time for a stroll through Hyde Park and then a little Sunday brunch at one of the park restaurants.
A perfect Sunday out after your relocation.